Yes I have had mine replaced it is just the silver covers that get replaced. Be sure to check that they do not damage the clips on the black cover that goes on the back side of wheel. They are very wimpy and if they do not line them up just right and try to press them into place they will be ruined and the black back cover will have to be replaced then too.
Dang. I thought i was the only one with that problem. There is one bubble on the silver cap of my steering wheel that's been there since i first got my gto. I got it back in april. Can I still get that replaced by the dealer?
I just went out into garage and found no signs of any bubbles. I've had my '06 goat for almost one year and it only has approximately 850miles. This will make vehicle #27 in the 18 years i've been driving. Anyway no bubbles yet.
When I had my steering wheel bubbles repaired, the dealership replaced all the buttons, aluminum trim, and the steering wheel rim. They may have replaced the whole steering wheel, alas, I noticed the air bag cover was the same as before I brought the goat to the dealer (I have a tiny scuff on the airbag cover). The new steering wheel rim felt nice though, almost as if I had a brand new car in a weird way.
I was wondering if anyone knows where to purchase a 67 upper steering column bearing? Or at least what it looks like. I sure hate to take my column apart and not be able to find it. I have done some searches but want to be able to match it up with a pic.
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The metal portion of my dash and pillar trim need repainting in the original low gloss gold color while I have the windows out.
Does someone have a lead on the correct code or vendor with the correct color and code.
I've looked at Ames but their paint is for vinyl and plastic so I...
Hello all. Just wrapping up my interior restoration and of course I'm missing one of the unicorn dash pad clips from above the vent on the passenger side. I've called ames, opgi, sonic, all to no avail. The ones the big guys have are incorrect. Any leads? Thanks all.
Doing an off the frame rotisserie restore on my 67 GTO coup. I have removed all of the black seam sealer/caulk from the floor pans. The material was soft but brittle and came up pretty easy. See picture. What is the product of choice for replacing this material?
Regarding my trunk pan, I found...
Hi everyone. Just joined the forum and have a ‘66 Tempest with a ‘70 455 from a Grand Prix. The front bench seat has the original upholstery with a few rips in it. I was hoping to get it repaired. I live in the Chicago area. Any recommendations? Thanks!